Public Officials are Fiduciaries!

February 10, 2020

Dear Editor:
Public Actors, public officers are fiduciaries of the Public Trust(s) created by the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of The state of Michigan. As fiduciaries of the Public Trust, public officers who take an Oath of Office owe loyalty to the Constitutions which created the Public Trust(s) and are required to be bound by oath to said Constitutions. These Officer Supervisors, Commissioners et al, have a fiduciary duty to display honesty, integrity, and good faith to the beneficiaries of the public trust(s), who are the sovereign people the Men and Women they serve. As fiduciaries of the Public Trust, Public Officers must at all times, without exception, display honesty, integrity, and good faith toward the beneficiaries.

Fiduciaries have the duty to bear the utmost fidelity to the Public Trusts created by the Constitutions that were created, ordained, and established by the people, who are the grantors and the beneficiaries of the Public Trust. The limitations placed upon the actions of those fiduciaries by the Trust Instruments, the Constitutions, are ABSOLUTE. These limitations include, but are not limited to:

The prohibition against impairing the obligation of contracts,

The prohibition against the taking of private property for public use without just compensation, and,

In general, the prohibition against trespass of another man’s or woman’s rights, liberty, or property.

Fiduciaries our elected officials, public actors who, by acts of commission or omission, impair;
a. the obligations of contracts, especially contracts between the people and the United States of America,
b. take private property for public use without just compensation,
c. are in breach of their fiduciary duty, lack integrity, act in bad faith and are dishonest,

Acts in breach of fiduciary duty are cause for removal from office. Further, pursuant to Section 4 of the 14th Amendment, assumption or payment of any debt, obligation, or claim, such as wages or pensions, by any State to a fiduciary in insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution is illegal and void.

To conceal, or fail to disclose, that registration of private property with the corporate State, such as registering a private automobile or recording a deed to private land, presumptively grants the corporate State control over the private property is deceit, dishonesty, bad faith, and a breach of fiduciary duty.

The statutes or laws are unique because only public officials can violate its provisions. These officials are held in public trust and owe a fiduciary duty to the people they represent.

  1. The sheriff as the chief peace officer of his county is responsible both by common and statutory law to keep and conserve peace and good order within his county.
  2. Neglect of official duty may consist of careless or intentional failure to exercise reasonable diligence in its performance.
  3. A sheriff’s official duty implies alertness and initiative to enforce the laws enacted by the people for their protection and well-being.
    Courts of justice are established, not only to decide upon the controverted rights of the citizens as against each other, but also upon rights in controversy between them and the government.
    Thomas Dunn

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